Bearly Guilty

[PDF / Epub] ☁ Bearly Guilty  Author Cal Marshall –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 248 pages
  • Bearly Guilty
  • Cal Marshall
  • English
  • 04 November 2019

About the Author: Cal Marshall

Writing a book is a labor of love, much like raising children Tammy and I have three children, two dogs, two cats, and an old farmhouse terminally in need of repair When Tammy announced that she needed to write The Story of My Making, I smiled and thought to myself that she was crazy As we worked through the plot line and got to know the characters, we both realized that our series, The tel Of

Bearly Guilty EPUB Bearly Guilty Cal Marshall Terrapin After Being Notified That Her Aunt Dee Dee Has Been Savaged By A Bear, Bethany Campbell Rushes To Her Aunt S Secluded Cabin In The Northern Ontario Forest She Is Frightened By Animal Noises In The Dark, Only To Find Out That Her Biggest Danger Is Of Being Licked To Death By Two Slobbery Canines They Are Accompanied By The Neighbor, Jake Once The Lights Are On, It Turns Out That Her Gruff Voiced Rescuer Is A Woman But That S Not The Only Surprise In Store Soon, Bethany Learns That Aunt Dee Dee Has Been Murdered Overnight, Bethany Has Gone From A City Girl To Inheriting Two Unruly Dogs And A Property Worth Killing For She Needs To Catch Her Aunt S Murderer Faster Than A Great Dane Can Shred A Coach Purse, Or She Might Be Next.

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11 thoughts on “Bearly Guilty

  1. Sarah says:

    3 1 2 starsI was originally drawn to this book by the title since I am an avid outdoors woman and kayaking is one of my favorite activities The main storyline is fairly entertaining and even plausible as far as the nefarious, womanizing Ferguson Donally is concerned and when you finally discover what happened to Dee Dee, it is also believable There were some aspects of the side stories I really didn t think worked all the time, though The relationship between Bethany and Jake didn t seem like it would necessarily go in the direction it does Bethany has a handful of encounters with Jake through the first third of the book that are almost all antagonistic and not in any flirty kind of way Next thing you know Bethany, the consummate straight girl, starts commenting on her attraction to Jake the story is told in the first person I think I could grow...

  2. Shanna says:

    OkThis is an OK book A little long winded in some parts that I flipped through but still an OK read Might want tell people that it has lesbian sub plot.

  3. cindy brody says:

    Nearly guiltyNearly guiltyit s a good story just not the type of story that I enjoy reading but it is ok for a quick light read.